From sanding drums to router bits, extend the versatility of your Dremel tool with our wide range of accessories.
From circle cutting guides to flex shafts, extend the versatility of your Dremel tool withour wide range of attachments.
A: The Dremel Multi-Max is a compact and versatile oscillating tool that's ideal for a variety of projects that involve repair, remodeling, and restoration.
A: Unlike other power tools, which have a shaft that either rotates or moves up-and-down, an oscillating tool has a fast side-to-side motion. This oscillating motion offers better control, more precision, safer operation, and less dust than traditional tools.
A: The Dremel Multi-Max is lighter and more compact than most oscillating tools providing better grip, balance, control, and easier access to tight areas. The Multi-Max also brings innovation to the category with features such as the Dremel QuickFit™ accessory change system.
A: The Multi-Max offers the same compact construction, precise operation and versatility that have always been part of the Dremel brand and the tool is complimented with a full line of sanding, cutting, scraping and grinding accessories.
A: The Dremel Multi-Max tool only uses Dremel accessories. Dremel Multi-Max accessories are compatible with Fein Multimaster model 636 and Bosch Multi-X model PS-50.
A: Oscillating tools bridge the gap between rotary tools and traditional power tools. They are better suited for larger jobs than rotary tools and are much more precise than traditional power tools. No other tool system can perform as wide a veriety of tasks such as: sanding, cutting, scraping and grinding.
A: The Dremel Multi-Max can tackle numerous tasks such as sanding wood, removing caulk, removing tile grout, cutting drywall, scraping stuck vinyl flooring, making flush cuts in wood trim, cutting copper pipe, and removing window glaze, to name a few.
A: A bevel washer and screw are provided to secure accessories to the Multi-Max tool. The washer needs to be mounted with the bevel up to ensure that the accessories do not come loose during operation. If you are still having trouble keeping the accessory tight with the washer in the proper orientation contact customer service to receive a new shoulder washer that will eliminate this issue. Customer service can be reached by calling 1-800-4-Dremel.
When using the shoulder washer it should be mounted so that the flat surface of the washer mates with the head of the mounting screw and the stepped shoulder surface of the washer mates with the accessory. This shoulder washer will secure the accessory appropriately. The bevel washer should NOT be used with the shoulder washer. If you are still encountering difficulties please contact Consumer Service.
A: The Multi-Max accessory screw uses a 5mm hex wrench.
A: The accessory screw is a M6 x 1 machine screw that is 18mm long.
A: Multi-Max accessories are compatible with the Fein Multi-Master 636 but not the Fein 250 series.
A: The Bosch Multi-X comes with an accessory adapter, the Multi-Max accessories are compatible with the use of the adapter.
A: The Multi-Max is similar to the rotary tool, it is necessary to let the speed do the work. The more you push the more difficult the cut becomes. Back off the tool and let the speed do the work.
A: The blade will have limited use cutting screws and nails, ideal materials for the metal cutting blade include copper, brass and/or aluminum.
A: This blade will cut through plaster & lathe but the blade life will be limited depending on the consistency of the material and other materials supporting the plaster.
A: Yes, this is the only Fein accessory that can be used in conjunction with the Multi-Max. This is because the Dremel pad is the same size as the Fein sanding pad. No other Fein accessories (or other competitor’s accessories) work on the Multi-Max.
A: Please look carefully at the illustration in the instruction manual on how to use the pad. Also, using a lower speed setting could enhance the performance and longevity of the pad depending on the material that is being sanding.
A: Reduce the speed setting on the tool. We suggest not exceeding a speed setting of 7 (or 18,000 OPM’s) on the Multi-Max tool.
A: You should also protect delicate surfaces such as tile and ceramic during the scraping process. Using masking tape should be used on any delicate surface.
A: Applying petroleum jelly to the blade will reduce build up.
A: You can use your rotary tool with a brass brush to clean the gritted surface.